CM pays tribute to 9/11 first responders


Each year Clinton-Massie Local Schools takes time to pause and remember those lost in the attacks of 9/11. This year the middle school volunteered to be the group to build a tribute on the football field. The focus this year was on the first responders. The school showed videos and there was talk about the sacrifice of those who ran toward danger rather than away from it. Superintendent Matt Baker spoke about having an “Others First” mentality, and how everyone can hold themselves up to that standard at school. The students and staff then spelled out the words “… SOME GAVE ALL”. This was in remembrance of those first responders who ignored the danger and ran into the buildings over and over again, and those who fought to take back the hijacked planes.

Each year Clinton-Massie Local Schools takes time to pause and remember those lost in the attacks of 9/11. This year the middle school volunteered to be the group to build a tribute on the football field. The focus this year was on the first responders. The school showed videos and there was talk about the sacrifice of those who ran toward danger rather than away from it. Superintendent Matt Baker spoke about having an “Others First” mentality, and how everyone can hold themselves up to that standard at school. The students and staff then spelled out the words “… SOME GAVE ALL”. This was in remembrance of those first responders who ignored the danger and ran into the buildings over and over again, and those who fought to take back the hijacked planes.


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Each year Clinton-Massie Local Schools takes time to pause and remember those lost in the attacks of 9/11. This year the middle school volunteered to be the group to build a tribute on the football field. The focus this year was on the first responders. The school showed videos and there was talk about the sacrifice of those who ran toward danger rather than away from it. Superintendent Matt Baker spoke about having an “Others First” mentality, and how everyone can hold themselves up to that standard at school. The students and staff then spelled out the words “… SOME GAVE ALL”. This was in remembrance of those first responders who ignored the danger and ran into the buildings over and over again, and those who fought to take back the hijacked planes.

Each year Clinton-Massie Local Schools takes time to pause and remember those lost in the attacks of 9/11. This year the middle school volunteered to be the group to build a tribute on the football field. The focus this year was on the first responders. The school showed videos and there was talk about the sacrifice of those who ran toward danger rather than away from it. Superintendent Matt Baker spoke about having an “Others First” mentality, and how everyone can hold themselves up to that standard at school. The students and staff then spelled out the words “… SOME GAVE ALL”. This was in remembrance of those first responders who ignored the danger and ran into the buildings over and over again, and those who fought to take back the hijacked planes.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/09/web1_Drone_p.jpgEach year Clinton-Massie Local Schools takes time to pause and remember those lost in the attacks of 9/11. This year the middle school volunteered to be the group to build a tribute on the football field. The focus this year was on the first responders. The school showed videos and there was talk about the sacrifice of those who ran toward danger rather than away from it. Superintendent Matt Baker spoke about having an “Others First” mentality, and how everyone can hold themselves up to that standard at school. The students and staff then spelled out the words “… SOME GAVE ALL”. This was in remembrance of those first responders who ignored the danger and ran into the buildings over and over again, and those who fought to take back the hijacked planes. Courtesy photo